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Another show in our continued series focused on the successes Fortune 1000 companies have experienced in implementing coaching programs within their organizations. ...
Another show in our continued series focused on the successes Fortune 1000 companies have experienced in implementing coaching programs within their organizations.
Guests share their perspectives on making the business case for coaching, common barriers, the keys to measuring success, and advice on creating a coaching program that is right for your organization.
* Karol Eller, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton
* Jane Moran, Executive Coach, Coach Trainer EDS Global Learning & Development
* Tracey Wik, Managing Director of Leadership and Learning, ABN AMRO, Global Markets
* Maureen Williams, Assistant Vice President, CNA Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
According to a 2004 survey by Executive Development Associates, Inc (EDA), 55% of corporations are utilizing executive coaching as a learning methodology.
But how are corporations designing and implementing these programs?
What’s the business case, what are the drivers - and what successes are specific companies experiencing?
Our guests address these questions and more, highlighting:
* The business drivers that helped influence the creation of their coaching programs.
* How coaching fits within the overall leadership development strategy for their organizations.
* How coaching programs can be tied to overall performance management systems and competencies.
* The positioning and messaging that can help articulate what coaching is and what it isn’t.
* How to structure coaching programs to drive performance and impact the bottom line.
* The benefits their organizations are experiencing as a result of implementing coaching programs.